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be on the way? >> we had a day we didn't hit a hundred. we had big storms blow through especially anne arundel county. some went to ocean city where the detour was delayed because of the weather. we are at 78 and it feels like 84. we have the nasty heat index at this hour. many days into the heatwave, storms still around the eastern shore. watch the pivot-- watch these pivot around. i think we will have ourselves a partly cloudy morning. probably more clouds than we are showing. we will go to 9 # but there will be heavy downpours developing as well. how about traffic? >> reporter: we have no accidents reported. baltimore city or baltimore county. good way to start out the morning. let's look at the beltway. we have no incidents reported there either. this is 695 at wilkins avenue. very light traffic building in both directions. outer loop on the left a few cars but no incidents to report. we are dealing with construction on 95 northbound before 216. two left lanes are closed for repaving. we have a disabled vehicle # 95 northbound at harbor tunnel. northbound tube is closed also roadwork 295 n
probing with the white house the possibility of a big deal that would be nearly $4 trillion in deficit reduction and include $800 billion in added tax revenues over the next ten years. if he goes this route, i am told he will face a revolt from his republicans on the house including his fellow leaders including kevin mccarthy, i'm told he is still considering it even though it's risky. >> treasury secretary tim geithner joins me now. he would have to manage the chaos if the united states defaults for the first time in history. secretary geithner, thank you for being here. well, you just heard what jonathan said about what'ss on the table. is it possible that there will be a framework deal in place by 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. >> i hope so. again, both leaders recognize they're running out of time. they need to get this process moving in the house by monday night to achieve that deadline. they need to have a framework that they know with complete confidence will pass both houses of congress and is acceptable to the president and that should happen today. >> you think it can happen befor
to tell us who and what happens now. sherrie. >> reporter: the big talk among some players will be the cuts being made. especially to four ravens players who are being released. runningback willis mcgahee she todd heap kelly gregg and derrick mason will all be released. they wouldn't officially be cut until thursday afternoon. but they could stay on for a lower salary. we have learned that according to ravens insider.com, mason was watching his son's first youth football practice yesterday when he found out the team cut him. executive vice president and general manager called and told him that news. he had this to say with regard to the roster moves. this will give us the ability to make offers to our players we want to resign plus put us in a position to sign free agents from other teams. now yesterday, the nfl owners and players agreed on a 10-year deal that ends the league's lockout resolving the fight of how $9 billion in revenue is shared. clubs will start signing drafted rookies and opening facilities and camps. but the players being cut by the ravens have some fans j
up enough votes to pass it. also, it may just be too big for congress to deal with only a week left. tahman bradley, abc news, the white house. >> down to the wire. people are fed up. >> they should be. i mean, this is weeks and weeks of this. >> absolutely. >> this is not just some issue on capitol hill. if you have a 401(k) and we do default on august 2nd you're going to see all of us, tens of millions of usus will see an impact. this is an issue that affects everything. >> holding our breath. >>> a chicago man who is turned up in las vegas alive and well three decades after he vanished and was declared dead. he left everything and everyone behind, including his family and friends. abc's ryan owens explains h h he managed to stay under the radar. >> reporter: arthur jones was hiding in plain sight. a man with a gambling problem living in this las vegas home, working at this casino. the 72-year-old was declared dead decades ago. detectives thought he'd been murdered by the mob back in 1979. in reality, he'd sold his seat on the chicago board of trade to settle a massive gambling de
ovevemuch of the country. 28 states under heat advisories or warnings, and then there is the big story out of washington this morning. after another dramatic breakdown in the debt ceiling talks, the president is now demanding that congressional leaders comemeo the white house this morning as we enter the home stretch of a political showdown during which the entire economy which affects all of us is essentially being held hostage. >> remember that august 2nd deadline is around the corner. a lot of finger pointer between the president and the speaker. >>> but we begin overseas where we're just beginning to understand the scope of the shocking twin attacks in norway. at least 84 people were killed at that youth camp on an island outside oslo where a gunman dressed as a police officer went on a horrific rampage. he pulled out a handgun and opened fire at everyone in sight and for many, the only escape was the water. take a look at this video. so startling, teenagers swimming for their lives. >> just a couple of hours before this, at least two blasts tore through buildings in the capital city o
other broken windows. the streets were carpeted with glass and debris. >> i heard a big boom and i just ran out of the cafe, because it was something extraordinary. and we ran to the corner and it was like arriving to a war scene from some kind of movie. it was everything in that part of the governmental biddi aal b area. everything was blown out. corners of buildings, everything was out. it was fire and smoke. all the glass was shattered on the ground. cars standing there on the side. there were dead people, one legs blown off. >> reporter: sidewalks turned into makeshift emergency rooms. everyone in oslo warned to stay away from downtown. two hours later, on an island 25 miles away, a nightmare of a different kind. a man dressed as a police officer opened fire at a campp for children of the ruling labour party. witnesses say a man who appeared to be doing a security check related to the earlier bombing in oslo entered the camp and identified himself as a police officer before opening fire. this man was at the camp. "the gunman was dressed as a policeman," he says. "he tried to show us
this capital on a sleepy friday afternoon. >> i heard a big boom. it was like arriving at a war scene in some kind of movie. fire, people in the street injured. >> reporter: the streets carpeted with broken glass, windows blown out. smoke rising from the center of town. >> you can actually smell the burning from the blasts. >> it looks like a war zone. there was people running around with blood from their head. it was kind of panic. >> reporter: the sidewalks quickly became a makeshift emergency room. bystanders raced to help the injured. horror in the face of those who witnessed the carnage. worst hit, a government building, home to the prime minister. luckily, he wasn't there. also damaged, the headquarters of a tabloid newspaper, as well as smaller buildings nearby. inside those buildings, the dead, and those too badly wounded to get out. rescue efforts lasted into the night while everyone else in oslo was warned to stay away from downtown. then, two hours later, on an island less than an hour south of the capital, a nightmare of a different kind. a man dressed as a policeman opened fire o
-thirds of the country again by the end of next week through next weekend. so enjoy the break while it lasts because big-time heat is just days awaw. >> heat bubble. makes it sound much more benign than it actually is. thank you, amber. we'll get back to you more in a little bit. >>> america, by the way is now just over a week away from defaulting on its debt. there's the clock. this morning, there is immense pressure on both parties in washington to cut some sort of deal before the stock market re-opens on monday. there are real fears that there could be a huge sell-off if politicians fail to make some progress today, so let's go straight to abc's david kerley who's been tracking the horse trading throughout the night. david, is there a chance that we will see something today? >> reporter: we will see something today, i am told, by members of the house of representatives that john boehner is going to come up with a framework, some kind of plan to raise the country's debt ceiling, and the pressure is really on boehner right now. he had a meeting last night with other congressional leaders up on the hill
legend willie mays was also there. >>> san francisco leads the national league west and open up a big series against the phillies tonight. as for last night's baseball we get highlights from espn news. >>> i'm aneesh shroff with this espn news update. we begin in the bronx. the yankees and mariners. seattle, on a 15-game losing streak and, boy, did not look fromomhe get-go. mark teixeira, two-run shot to deep left. his 27th of the year. yanks take a 2-0 lead. in the third, got a little captain in you. derek jeter, opposite field, fourth home run of the year. yanks go on to win 10-3. the mariners have now lost 166 n a row. >>> the red sox enter play, three-game lead on the yanks in the a.l. east, 14th inning against the royals. pops it up. but gets the run home. kansas city would get an insurance run in the 14th then soria gets the final three outs. royals take it, 3-1. >>> twins and rangers. opener of a four-game set, bottom one, michael young with two on. peace. three-run shot, 3-0, texas, young, 3 for 5, kinsler's turn in the third. another three-run homer. 4 for 6, four ribbies. 9-
which should be a big red flag. >> if you are to pay up front to win something, it's not free and you didn't win it. >> reporter: you could become a victim of identity theft and lose cash if someone racks up charges on your card. the bbb warns it could happen on any call placed from a hard line. not just ones made to the cable company. >> it could literally happen anywhere and what we know is scam artists when they start conplace and it works they moving onto others. >> reporter: making a move to interrupt your call and cost money. joce sterman, abc2 news. >>> the bbb says there's only been speculation so far about the scamers and they been able to hack into land lines but they want your credit card information so if you end up on a call like this, hang up and don't hand over your credit card information at all. >>> it's 6:12 and kids in lacrosse, wisconsin found a way to cope with the summer heat. a local man bought oldbillboard signs and laid them out and turned the area into a giant slip and slide. >>> and this one is for justin berk. the scorching temperatures now the wintery wea
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